IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2018: Leaderboard Update #1

April 13, 2018

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In the Classroom

The competition has been buzzing with activity, and we’ve got the first update on who’s in the learning lead! We’ve ranked the top 20 classes in each grade band*, and we’re astounded at all your hard work. Remember, with just about two weeks left in the contest, there’s still time to answer questions, master skills (at least 3!), and win that pizza party.

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School (grades PreK–4)

  1. Nicol James’ 4th A class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 8,127 questions per student
  2. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire – 6,310 questions per student
  3. Cristina Del Carmen’s 3rd.  A class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 4,409 questions per student
  4. Erika Ellers’ Scholars class, Homestead Elementary, Eagle River, Alaska – 4,394 questions per student
  5. Amy Montoya’s class, Mcswain Elementary School, Staunton, Virginia – 4,225 questions per student
  6. Seham Aggad’s 4A class, Iman Academy, Houston, Texas – 3,654 questions per student
  7. Charles Rogalla’s One class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, Florida – 3,061 questions per student
  8. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 2,066 questions per student
  9. Gina Marchionda-Schneider’s class, Lakeshore Elementary School, Malone, Wisconsin – 2,057 questions per student
  10. Renee Martin’s class, The Oakwood School, Greenville, North Carolina – 1,837 questions per student
  11. Nicol James’ 4th B class, Academia de Liderazgo UCE, San Pedro De Macorís, Dominican Republic – 1,823 questions per student
  12. Hilary Bowden’s class, Soaring Heights Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey – 1,641 questions per student
  13. Seham Aggad’s 4B class, Iman Academy Houston, Texas – 1,614 questions per student
  14. Rebecca Brewer’s class, Furlow Charter School, Americus, Georgia – 1,605 questions per student
  15. Patricia Chaves Peena’s class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 1,567 questions per student
  16. Amy Chase’s class, Creekside Park Elementary, Anchorage, Alaska – 1,386 questions per student
  17. Marianne Paras’ class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 1,345 questions per student
  18. Marianne Paras’ class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 1,345 questions per student
  19. Alike Johnson’s class, Wylam K-8, Birmingham, Alabama – 1,337 questions per student
  20. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 1,284 questions per student

Middle School (grades 5–8)

  1. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 2 7th Grade Algebra class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida -5,850 questions per student
  2. Mary Bechtold’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, Florida – 4,832 questions per student
  3. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 8 Algebra 8th grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 4,711 questions per student
  4. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 7 Math 6th Grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 4,642 questions per student
  5. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 6 Math 6th Grade class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 4,468 questions per student
  6. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 1 7th Grade Math class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 4,082 questions per student
  7. Cindy Deuz’s Deuz 2017-2018 class, Red Hill Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii – 3,556 questions per student
  8. Kalynn Viramontes’ Period 5 7th and 8th Gr Math class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, Florida – 3,384 questions per student
  9. Marlene Villavicencio’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, Florida – 2,945 questions per student
  10. Christine Miller’s class, Rochester CUSD 3A, Rochester, Illinois – 2,614 questions per student
  11. Diane Norman’s Norman 6th class, Dietrich School District #314, Dietrich, Idaho – 2,176 questions per student
  12. Rod Wolford’s class, General Shanks, Portland, Indiana – 1,663 questions per student
  13. Erin Sandler’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 1,624 questions per student
  14. Phillip Stahl’s 3rd Hour class, Dundee Middle School, Dundee, Michigan – 1,575 questions per student
  15. Carlianne Panzer’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, Florida – 1,512 questions per student
  16. Ashley Holton’s Period 7 class, Oakland Public Schools, Oakland, New Jersey – 1,478 questions per student
  17. Jose Barron’s 8.A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 1,412 questions per student
  18. Stephanie Tamelleo’s Block D class, Douglas Middle School, Douglas, Massachusetts – 1,406 questions per student
  19. Heather Moore’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 1,378 questions per student
  20. William Pass’ Period 1 class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 1,346 questions per student

High School (grades 9–12)

  1. Bettye Thompson’s Algebra II 4th Block class, Collins High School, Collins, Mississippi – 1,128 questions per student
  2. Mahmoud Bader’s 1st Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 661 questions per student
  3. Jose Barron’s 9.B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico- 604 questions per student
  4. Chukwunyerem Brown’s Geometry (1st/6th) class, Nova High School, Davie, Florida – 496 questions per student
  5. Jennifer Nowicki’s 5th/6th Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 490 questions per student
  6. Jose Barron’s 9.C class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 472 questions per student
  7. Gillian Gunter’s 6th class, Carson Middle School, Greensboro, Georgia – 470 questions per student
  8. Leslie Johnson’s 6th Hour Algebra I class, East Prairie Jr. High, East Prairie, Missouri – 452 questions per student
  9. Chukwunyerem Brown’s Geometry (2nd/5th) class, Nova High School, Davie, Florida – 424 questions per student
  10. Mr. Saugstad’s 2nd hour class, Milwaukee Lutheran High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 414 questions per student
  11. Mr. Saugstad’s 8th hour class, Milwaukee Lutheran High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 397 questions per student
  12. Marcella Garavaglia’s Period 1: English Language class, Colts Neck High School, Colts Neck, New Jersey – 390 questions per student
  13. Jennifer Nowicki’s 2nd/3rd Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 386 questions per student
  14. Lucas Gagne’s Algebra class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Willoughby, Ohio – 375 questions per student
  15. Scott Fulton’s 8th Grade Students class, DeWitt Clinton Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 356 questions per student
  16. Kevin Rawson’s class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 347 questions per student
  17. Nick Sterrett’s English 1H class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 341 questions per student
  18. Mr. Saugstad’s 5th hour class, Milwaukee Lutheran High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 325 questions per student
  19. Stephanie Graham’s Fifth Period class, Richland High School, North Richland HIlls, Texas – 317 questions per student
  20. Rebecca Fry’s Eng 1 Period 3 class, Beckville ISD, Beckville, Texas – 305 questions per student

 

The contest runs until April 30, and the top 3 classes in each grade band will receive a pizza party. If you haven’t already, register your classroom here by April 30, and find contest FAQs and the rules in our original post. If you have any further questions, send an email to contests@ixl.com.

*Results as of April 11, 2018, 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. Results were updated on April 18. Due to large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

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